NOWCAST THROUGH LATE MORNING:
Mainly clear and very cold.
6am: Clear 24°
8am: Sunny 27°
10am: Sunny 32°
We may be almost a week into Spring but Tuesday felt wintry with blustery conditions, unseasonably cold temperatures, and occasional snow showers. Clearing skies overnight will set us up for a very cold morning. Today will remain chilly but at least we’ll see lots of sunshine and winds will be much lighter. Highs will reach the upper 40s with increasing clouds late tonight – lows will drop into the lower 30s.
WARMER BUT WETTER:
Temperatures more typical of early Spring return by Thursday and Friday but so does some rain. A frontal system draws closer to us Thursday night spreading numerous showers and a few thunderstorms into the region. As the cold front passes through Friday evening, there is a risk a few of the storms could become severe with the potential for damaging winds and large hail. Highs climb back to near 60 Thursday and into the upper 60s Friday.
It now appears we may have to contend with rain into much of our Saturday before we dry out late Saturday into Sunday. Highs climb from near 60 Saturday into the upper 60s to close out the weekend. We may finally see 70s once again Monday before a weak system delivers a chance for rain and a small cool down into Tuesday.
Mostly Sunny, Not as Cold…High 47, winds SE-5
Increasing Clouds…Low 32, winds S-5
Breezy & Warmer, Chance of Aft’n Showers…High 60, winds SW-20
Rain Chance 20% – Rain Amount 0.03″